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Saleshando sues Parliament, Speaker

The President of Botswana Congress Party (BCP) Dumelang Saleshando is suing Parliament and its Speaker, Gladys Kokorwe for his nomination as specially elected Member of Parliament.


9th December 2015

Amantle Ntshole: Ascending songstress and engineer

9th December 2015

Many will remember her as the petite aspirant singer with a strong and powerful voice who took to the My Star stage in 2011, and sang passionately with unmatched keenness and hunger for success.

Hundreds of fish die mysteriously at Moshupa dama

9th December 2015

Investigations are being carried out after several hundred fish were washed up dead at Moshupa dam last week. Following a foul smell on Tuesday, residents noticed dead fish popping up at the dam, which until recently has been dry.

No compensation for man injured by buffalo

9th December 2015

Emmanuel Tv on DStv bouquet

27th November 2015

Followers of Emmanuel tv, one of the world’s most followed Christian television station in the world, are rejoicing at the inclusion of their favourite channel on DStv bouquet.

Breezing through

27th November 2015

After his stint on Big Brother Africa, which was part of his grand plan to venture out of Botswana to explore the African market, Zibanani ‘DJ Oneal’ Madumo (36) was able to attract the attention of the audience he wished for.

SADC suspends Leefa Martin

27th November 2015

The SADC Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Lawrence- Tax has suspended the Secretariat head of Public Relations, Head of Public Relations at SADC Secretariat, Leefa Penehupifo Martin, was last Thursday suspended for three months.

God smiles at America but frowns on the Adventists

27th November 2015

Her Majesty Queen Esther - Prophetess of the Most High and Heaven’s Watchdog - is convinced that the United States of America has finally found favour with God, who is smiling down on the world superpower but is frowning on the Adventists.

No Omang, no food

27th November 2015

A young Mosarwa woman from Maposa village in the Nata area is currently living in poverty and squalor because she has no national identity card to enable her to access government welfare programmes.

Merck donates mini lab to Ministry of Health

27th November 2015

Mobile compact labs (mini lab) to detect counterfeit and substandard medicine will improve structures for drug monitoring, and ensure that health care is improved in Botswana. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health Shenaaz El Halabi said this when receiving the mini lab donation from Merck Group, this past Friday in Gaborone.

BTU condemns suspension of Matsha headmaster

27th November 2015

Botswana Teachers Union (BTU) has condemned the Ministry of Education and Skills Development for suspending the Head teacher of Matsha College Phodiso Phori. Phori was suspended following a road accident that claimed the lives of seven female students and injuring many more on the 13th of November 2015 near Dutlwe village.

Air Botswana fires GM, Board

27th November 2015

Government has parted ways with both the National airline- Air Botswana’s general manager and its board of directors on Tuesday afternoon, The Midweek Sun can reveal. At the time of going to press, it was not clear what could have led government to take such a bold step in the history of the troubled airline.

Families of deceased students hurt by Facebook photos

27th November 2015

Facebook users are urged to be sensitive when it comes to posting photos of dead people before their families have been informed. This follows a recent horrific incident involving a truck accident that killed seven Matsha College students and left others in a critical condition.


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